"We do not have a cow, but a bull."
Translation:Non abbiamo una mucca, bensì un toro.
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From Maiden & Robustelli (A Reference Grammar of Modern Italian, p 18 Written Accents) "The most commonly used accent in Italian is the grave, which may safely be used whenever a written accent is required." It goes on to say that the acute is used (but not by everyone) when the e has an "ay" sound instead of an "eh" sound.